Resources from EACH

Posters & Stickers

Inspiring Equality in Education Resources PackInspiring Equality in Education School Resource

Policy and practice guidance covered what the law said, teaching about LGBT+ identities and relationships, handling disclosures, staff training and development, improving anti-bullying policies and one-to-one support for LGBT+ young people.CYPN Award Finalist

Inspiring Equality in Education: Primary Lesson Plans Seven primary school targeted lesson plans covering celebrating difference, families, relationships, gender awareness and LGBT people in history.
IEIE 3 Secondary LevelInspiring Equality in Education: Secondary Lesson Plans Nine secondary school targeted lessons plans on prejudice-based language or bullying, lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans lives, social media, prejudice and gender.
Click to read more about this productHow To Stop Homophobic and Biphobic Bullying: A Practical Whole-School Approach (2020) “This book by Jonathan Charlesworth will be an invaluable asset. I was impressed by the careful and balanced way it is written and the very systematic way in which he presents material. The author writes sensibly and with consideration, without shirking the need to act firmly and decisively when the situation requires it. I would recommend this book as excellent and authoritative.” Peter K Smith, Goldsmiths, University of London This vital teachers’ guide to challenging homophobic and biphobic bullying offers unique insights to address the issue at its core. Laying out clear advice on how to recognise, stop and prevent homophobic and biphobic bullying, readers are given strategies to work with its perpetrators, bystanders and targets. Informed by interviews with hundreds of pupils and school staff, and interactive work across the UK and internationally, this is a book written by an expert in this field. It’s an essential guide for teachers, youth workers, the care sector and anyone with a duty of care towards young people. “We love working with EACH and our students have benefited so much too. This book will be as useful to pastoral leads and SLT as “That’s So Gay” was! Definitely one to add to the reading list!” Susie Beresford-Wylie, Director of Student Support, Bradley Stoke Community School, South Gloucestershire Buy today from EACH £23.99 (including P+P). Contact or telephone 0117 9467607 to order. Also available from Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Foyles, Waterstones, Barnes & Noble, Amazon and all good bookshops.
Teachers and Youth-workers Resource Challenging LGBTQ+ BullyingReach Teaching Resource: A toolkit for teachers and youth workers to challenge homophobic, sexist and cyber bullying EACH’s award-winning Reach Teaching Resource is a comprehensive and sensitive guide for those working with young people to explore the vital issues of homophobia, sexism and cyber bullying. The Resource is relevant for Years 7 to 13 (Key Stages 3, 4 and 5) and includes lesson plans, group activity prompts, information about National Curriculum Links, awareness-raising posters and a DVD containing 13 short films. The Reach Resource, including the teachers’ notes (which can be viewed here), two copies of the DVD is £44.99 (including P&P).
Cyberhomophobia and Bullying A summary report on the findings of a seminar on Cyberhomophobia and Bullying convened by EACH and B.I.G at the Department for Education. Experts from the field of anti-bullying and safeguarding gathered to explore what ‘targeted’ e-safety teaching should ‘look like’ for the most vulnerable to prejudice-based bullying.
Download the Safe to Learn publicationSafe to Learn: Embedding anti-bullying work in schools Guidance, written by EACH and Stonewall for the Department for Children, Schools and Families. In 2007 the former Department for Children, Schools and Families (now Department of Education) produced a suite of guidance to assist schools and local authorities with preventing and responding to bullying, including specific guidance on homophobic and transphobic bullying.
Download the Out of the Shadow publicationOut of the Shadow: Guidance to Bristol Schools on the Repeal of Section 28 EACH’s guidance for schools on the repeal of Section 28, commissioned by Bristol LEA and relevant to schools nationwide. Section 28 of the Local Government Act 1988 stated that local authorities shall not ‘promote the teaching in any maintained school of the acceptability of homosexuality as a pretended family relationship’. It was repealed in 2003 however continues to have a legacy in approaches to challenging homophobic and transphobic bullying.

Awareness-raising posters

hes-gay-and-were-cool-with-that-212x300 shes-gay-and-were-cool-with-that-217x300

Buy Safe Space Stickers here

Safe Space stickers for schools, youth clubs and other young people’s groups £3.99

You may also download the Self-Print posters below for FREE for the relevant setting:




For more information about our education related training or consultancy, email